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How do I fix a stuck print queue?

Clear printer jobs stuck in the print queue

  1. Stop the Print Spooler service.
  2. Delete the files in the Printers directory.
  3. Restart the Restart the Print Spooler service.

How do I clear the printer queue in Windows 10?

How to clear printer queue in windows 10

  1. Press Windows key + R, type services.
  2. Scroll down to the Print Spooler service and right-click on it and select Stop.
  3. Next you need to go to the following directory: C:/WINDOWS/System32/spool/PRINTERS.
  4. Now you can go back to the Services console and right-click and select Start for the Print Spooler service.

How do I clear the print queue in Word?

To delete jobs from printer queue go into Start Menu > Control Panel > Printers (or Devices and Printers) > find the printer with the problem in the displayed list, double click on it > It should display the list of jobs printing. You should see one with “Error” in the Status column.

Why won’t my computer print to my wireless printer?

Make sure the printer is on or that it has power. Connect your printer to your computer or other device. Check the printer’s toner and paper, plus the printer queue. In this case, reconnect your device to the network, reconfigure security settings to include printers, and/or install updated drivers.

Can you use WD40 to clean printer heads?

First of all WD40 is used on electrical equipment as a cleaner, and it is very safe when used properly. The WD stands for water displacement , it displaces any water, this is good. It is a very good cleaner and does not usually harm equipment.

How often do printheads need to be replaced?

1.5 – 2 years

What to do when there is a problem with the printhead?

The printer does not print, and a printhead error message displays on the computer or printer control panel. In many cases, the only way to resolve a printhead failure is to replace the printhead, if it is replaceable. If the printhead is not replaceable, the entire printer must be replaced or serviced.